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Tuesdav, July 24, 1917.
THE TIMES PAGE FIVE SOCIAL COMING EVENTS. Circle No. 2 will be entertained by Mrs. William Bicker at her home. 108 Ogden street. Thursday afternoon. At her home in Becker street Mrs. Peterson will be hostess Wednesday afternoon to the Lady Vikings at a sewing bee. The Woman's Auxiliary of St. Tsui's Episcopal church will meet Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. T. Shea. 378 Indiana avenue. The King's Daughters will hold a meeting Wednesday at the home of Mrs. W. R. Madden. 44 7 Summer street. The members of the Deborah Society will meet for an afternoon session Wed-j nesday in the parlors of the First Chris-j tian church. The Ladies' Aid Society of St. Paul's Lutheran church will enjoy a basket picnic at Harrison Park Thursday after noon of this week. The picnic will be held at the church parlors in case of in clement weather. Mrs. John F. Wilhelm entertained complimentary to the Monday Night Club at her home. 211 Detroit street. last evening. The guests brought their j needle work and during the evening I they were served with a dainy collation. The following club members and guests were in attendance, Mrs. J. C. Graves, Mrs. Charles Wilson. Mrs. J. J. Ruff. Mrs. M. M. Bruce. Mrs. J. T. Hutton. Mrs. R. B. MacAleer. Mrs. F. N. Hickok. Mrs. George Rawling. Mrs. W. A. Stout, Mrs. John D. Smalley, Mrs. C. B. Miller. Mrs. Bernard Graves. Mrs. Alexander Stoikowitz. Mrs. Herbert Wilhelm and Miss Tarry of Wlnimac. Ind., who ta Mrs. Bruce's house guest. Mrs. L. Ellison, Chiropractor, 510 Hammond Building. Hours, 9:30 a. m. to 12; 1:30 p. m. to 5; 6:30 p. m. to S. Special appointments by application. Phone 14S6. 7-24-26-2S Twenty-five members of the Saenger bund Fidelia tendered their president. Karl Heins a surprise party last even ing in celebration of his fifty-eighth birthday. He was presented with an immense bouquet of American beauty rosee fromthe society. Mr. Heins has been a member of the society for thirty years and its president for ten years. ! Dr. and Mrs. J. Arthur Davis of S35j May wood avenue have returned from an extended tour of the New England) states. While in New Tork City, they attended the wedding of Mrs. Davis' brother. Attorney H. W. Wall of that city, to Miss Jessie Hopton of Bing hamton, N. T.. at the Waldorf-Astoria. The Misses Nelli; Hathaway and Clara Lauerman have returned from a delightful visit in the west. They were gone two weeks and visited in Manitou, Colorado Springs and Denver, Colo., and Cheyenne, Wyo. At Cheyenne they were guests at a military ball at Fort D. A. Russell where several Hammond -boys are stationed. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Meyne left on Sunday for New York City with their son Walter who will sail for France as sergeant clerk in the quartermaster corps. Clarence Fox of Detroit street went with them and will remain in New Tork for several days visit. 'There was a meeting last evening cf Triumph Council' No. 11 D. of L. at the I. O. O. F. hall. After the regular lodge session the members arranged for their annual picnic to be held next week. A meeting of Golden Rod Camp No. 165 7 Royal Neighbors will be held Wed nesday! evening. A social hour will follow the lodge session. Golden Rule Council No. 1 D. of 'L. will hold its regular meeting this even ing. Mrs. Franklin Moore and children will leave today for Perth Amboy, N. J., and points in Connecticut for several weeks visit with relatives. Mrs. M. M. Bruce of Carroll street has her sister. Miss Terry of Winimac. Ind., es her guest. Miss Gertrude Ruff will leave tomor row for Lake Winnebago, near Fondu Lac. AVis., to be the guest of Mrs. E. A. Gilson and fami'.y at their cottage. Leslie Leatherman of Chicago has re turned home after spending the week end as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stout ad family of Detroit street. FOR SALE BY Wholesale Distributors! Maginot Bros.. Hammond, Ind. Retnllerst Anderson Hdw. Co., Hammond, Ind. Bipker Bros., Hammond, Ind. C. E. Nelson. Hammond. Ind. .Tos. W. We!. Hammond, Ind. L. Keilman & Son. Inc., Dyer. Ind. Mrs. Joseph Swint. HessvUle. Ind. Harkcm & Van Til. Highland, Ind. M. Grimmer. Griffith. Ind. N. Kaufman, Indiana Harbor. Ind. PATENTS 6EN'i FOK MY FREE BOOK, -HOW TO GET THEM." It's full of Information you shonia know. Remember that all work entrusted te my car Is dona In my own offices, right feere in Chicago, whera yo uean call for consultation any business day in th fear or any Monday evening until o'clock. 8rvice beat to be had at any price, and It r.ontu less. Phone Central 5S60 JOSHUA R. H. POTTS, B S. Dearborn St., Chicago ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR AT LAW. 4UITB 111S HARTFORD BUILDJNOL J. J. BREHM, Prop. fcniliilmtl rmemtt in iWiml iimanllaniiiJ NEWS at Mrs. John Ruschli and daughters, the Misses Mayme and Tillie Ruschli of Elizabeth street have returned home from a two weeks visit in Cheyenne. Wyo.. Salt Lake City, Colorado Springs, and Denver. While in the west they Visited Claude Ruschli who enlisted In the cavalry and is stationed in the west. The regular meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary to the O. R. C. will be h?ld at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. Members of the Hammond chapter of Eastern Star who are planning to attend the reception in honor of Mrs. Jennie Roller, grand representative or the state, given by Dickinson chapter of Chicago, will meet at the corner of State and Hohman streets this evening to take the 6 o'clock car. The Rev. Theo. Claus of St. Paul s Lutheran church, will leave this even ing or tomorrow, for several weeks' visit with friends in Minnesota and North Dakota. Mrs. H. Hoerman and daughter, Es tella. of St. Louis, and Miss Amy Heyne of Decatur, 111., are guests at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Theo. Claus and family in Clinton street. Mrs. R. B. Powler is entertaining her niece. Miss Ethel Ramage, of Bloomington, III., who came today for a visit. The marriage of Miss Mary Hornak to Joseph Kovach cf Whiting was solem nized at eight o'clock this morning at St. Joseph's church. The Rev. Fatht Benedit of Whiting officiated, using the double ring ceremony. The Misses Hermina Chernik, Agnes Kolb and Frieda Weiss carried the banner of the Taung Ladies' Sodality and the brides other attendants were Miss Emma Hornak and Miss Eleanor Baran. An drew Bodney and Charles Lebert were the groom's attendants. Little Margaret Smarik. a niece of the bride was the flower girl. She wore & dainty white frock and carried a basket filled with white roses and daisies. The bride's gown was of white gecrgette crepe, her veil was wreathed with lilies of the valley and she carried a shower bou quet of white roses and lilies of the valley. The bridesmaids were gowned in white and wore large white hats. The banner girls also were attractively gowned in white. Following the ceremony at the church a large number of guests were enter tained at the bride's home, 132 State Line street. The rooms were pretty with festoons of smilax, flcwers and potted palms and ferns. A large wed ding cake decorated the table. Among the guests at the weading breakfast were the clerks in the shoe department of the Lion Store with whom the bride was associated. Other guests were members of St. Joseph's Court W. C. O. F., relatives and friends. A dinner and reception will be given in their honor this evening. Mr. and Mrs. Kovach aft er a brief wedding trip wilfbe at home in Whiting whera Mr. Kovach is engag ed as a contractor. Mrs. Kovach was a clerk in the Lion Store for thirteen years. MR FUND DRIVE Gary-Hobart-Turkey Creek District to Raise $5,000 U. S. A. Fund. Catholics in the Gary district today began their week campaign to raise $5,000 for the Knights of Columbus na tional army recreational center fund. This is for the. new agency that has been recognized by the war department and which will work along and co operate with the Y. M. C. A. in safe guarding the morals and physical wel fare of the drafted divisions. Meet Last ITlgnt. The various committees met last evening at K. of C. hall. Gary, where Rev. Father "Jansen of Holy Angels church presided. Addresses were made by T. W. Englehart. who gave a 5125 contribution. Judge William Dunn, wno told of Spanish war experiences, and Mrs. William A. Cain. Contributions received at last night's and Sunday night's meeting totaled $525. Another meeting will be held to night at the hall. 6th "avenue and Massa chusetts street. Primarily contributions will be asked from Catholics, the ex pectancy being to raise a $1,000,000 Americsan fund. Besides aiming to give a chaplain to each regiment recrea tional centers for Catholics as well as Protestants and Jews will be estab lished. Committers. Officers of the committees are as fol lows: General Chairman Rev. F. T. Jansen. Asst. Chairman James T. Considine. Secretary Anthony Geraghtey. Treasurer John Nlemiec. Finance Committee James T. Consi dine, chairman; John Niemec and An thony J. Geraghtey. Publicity Committee Alfred Jones, Thomas Cannon and Margaret Hanlon. Ladies' Chairman Mrs. J. S. Monroe. District Captains. Rev. Joseph Toth. St. Emeric's (Hun garian) rarish committee. Rev. Muchael Judt, Holy Trinity (Slavish) parish committee. Rev. Lucas Terzich, Holy Trinity (Croatian) committee. Rev. Frank Russls. St. Casmir's (Lithuanian) committee. Rev. George Tegze. St. Michael's (Greek I'niat Hungarian) committee. Rev. Joseph Ryder, business men's committee. Rev. William Hoff, Hobart committee. Rev. Fred Koenig, Turkey Creek com mittee. Members of the women's committees under Mrs. M. S. Monroe follow: Mrs. ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS Wholesale and Retail V.'ast Hammond Coal Company PHONE 1674 OR 2355. To the Wife of One Who Drinks I have an important confidential mes sage lor you. It will com In a plain envelope. How to cunuuar the liijuor habit In 3 days and make hom happy. Wonderful, safe, lasting, rellab'.o. In expensive method, guaranteed. Write to Edw. J. Woods, 1313 G. Station E. New York, N. 1". Show this to others Adv. M. McJIann, Mrs. Jack Jones. Mrs. Nora O'Hara. Mrs. A -Tallahan, Mrs. P Fln erty, Mrs. Frank Finnegan. Mrs. R. J. King, Mrs. P. H. Dohcrty, Mrs. J. T. Considine, Mrs. F. E. Wilson. Mrs. W. , 11. Fitzgerald. Mrs. Maloney, Mrs. Joseph E. Roy. Mrs. W. J. Slattery, MrB. j J. Redmond, Mrs. Scheldt. Mrs. Rine, I Mrs. Frank Cavanaugh and Miss Eliza- i beth McCabe - j The women have drawn their dis- tricts and will make a house to house canvass, reporting each evening the work of their teams during the day. Collections are to be made in cash only for the campaign closes on Sunday evening with a complete report. ' RIOT STIRS DEFENSE BOARD TO ACTION 'Continued from Pag One) been notified and about at this juncture their patrol filled with officers appeared on the scene. A melee between officers and men en sued. In the fracas, the officers got Kish but he resisted so strenuously that clubs had to be used. Kish and a man who gives his .name as John Slat were cut and bruised about the face and head. Kish was later taken to St. Mar garet's hospital. The report was cur rent that he died this morning but in quiry at the hospital was met by the information that he was getting along all right. Look At The Names. The determination of the officers and their free use of their hand weapons of defense somewhat subdued the crowd and the following men were placed un der arrest: Joe Kish. 4S32 Melville ave nue; John Slat. 5034 Melville, avenue; Ignatz Barauovich, 5011 Alexander ave nue; Charles Vtreb, 5050 Melville ave nue, and Alex Nagy, 4 755 Melville ave. Slat was found to be carrying a gun and he was booked on the charge of riot and carrying concealed weapons. It was reported that before the officers ar rived, there had been some shooting near the Calumet river bridge. State Council On Job. Following the arrests, some one call ed up John W. Lees, superintendent of the Inland Steel company and member of the state council of national defense, and as soon as he perceived the serious ness of the situation he got into touch with Indianapolis. As a result of this action .the national guard stationed here to protect the railroad bridge and munition plants, were called out and ordered to take charge of the protection of life and property at the plant. Act ing Major Hannon at once got out his troop sand marched to the works. The sight of several hundred soldiers bear ing arms and under perfect discipline; had its effect and as they were station ed at points of vantage around the chemical company's enclosure, the crowd broke up and drifted away. The men are asking for an increase from 32c an hour to 36c an hour. It is said that the company offered them 34c an hour but that this was refused. Today the strikers through a commit tee of eight are peaceably discussing the situation with the company offi cials. It is believed that a settlement will be reached before night. TAX BOARD TAKES UP APPEALS (Continued from page one.) board of review had failed to take into consideration these improvements and had fixed an appraisal at practically that fixed last year. He spoke of the erection of two blast furnaces by the steel compfWiy, costing approximately $800,000 each, and said that these had SOCIETY SUFFRAGETTES GET 60 DAYS IN WASHINGTON JAIL f4 S . 'jo a 1 fytrAit i hf ?vf ll l 'lit V r1 W-4C.V. f I is ?irs. nof?CNcc b. Hiixra Among th sixteen suffragettes who were sentenced in Washington to sixty days in Jail for parading near the White House with banners were Mrs. J. A. H. Hopkins, very prominent socially In Montclair, N. J.. and wife of the chair man of the state committee of the pro gressive party in that state; Mrs. John Us A BAD FIX. A dapper "drummer" fellow reparted to Hammond police yesterday that his talesman bag was stolen enroute from Hammond to Gary yesterday by two boys. Xowe he. can't sell btationary. PHILIP ETHIER DEAD. .Phillip Ethier. 58 years old. 302 Tru man evwiue. died last night in a Chi cago hospital. His bady was brought to Hammond today. Mr. Ethier was a member of the Cath olic Order of Foresters. He is survived by a wife and five children. Funeral services will be held Thurs day morning at eight o'clock at All Saint's church and interment wil be made atSt. Joseph's cemetry. THEIR NEXT GAME. A report today states: "The St. Joseph Junior baseball team beat the Dyer high school to the tune of 18 to 4, Sun day at Dyer. The Juniors will play the Ross Specials at Gary next Sunday." KID'S DAY THURSDAY. Thursday will be "kids' day" at Ham mond bahtnig beach. All the school children in Hammond are invited by the city to bring their bathing suits and en joy a water frolic from 11 a. m. to 4 p. m. NO USE TO BAWL. Tears got nowhere with Judge Bar- not been considered when th appraisal was made this year. James A. Hemenway. representing the corporations, made an appeal to the beard regarding the benefit that had re sulted in the coming of the steel mills to Indiana. He said the steel companies, came here from Illinois because taxes were too high, for one reason, and that Illinois now offered better inducements than Indiana. There was a broad hint that the way was open for the steel companies to move If taxation became too high. Relative to actual values of the plant, inquired into by Mr. Cragun, Mr. Hemenway said that he did not believe any one could estimate the values of the big plants. The appeal Trom the Lake county board of review includes the valuations of thirty-eight firms now in business in and around East Chicago. Those who are prosecuting the appeal before the state tax board say that it would not be unfair for the board to increase taxable valuations in East Chi cago by 110,000.000. The corporations; are so grossly undervalued, they assert, I that the thirty-eight corporations which I are concerned In the appeal could eatily sustain this increased valuation and would still be under what should be a normal valuation basis. Among those who have attended the hearings are a number of the big offi cials of the companies under fire. The state tax board has not anrounced its decision in any of the cases. .REALTY SALES. Frank J. Wachewlz sales during the past month are as follows: William Baumgardt. Ft. Myers. Fla.. to C. J. Rosendahl, 433-lo0th street. Casper Staub to A. J. Hill. 1 i lots For sythe avenue. West Hammond. F. R. Mott to Joseph Scott. 10 4 lots. Free land avenue. West Hammond. E. E. Rice to O. E. Schmidt. 425 Wilcox street, 5-room cottage. A. Holinger & Co., Chicago, to Harry Sokellenger, 6-rcom cottage, 429 Douglas avenue. West Hammond. Joseph Scott to F. R. Mott. two-flat building on Hoffman street. Frank J. Wachewicz to Bertha A. Sode, 5-room bungalow, West Williams street. West Hammond. Frank J. Wa- I chewlcz to Sam Zielinskl. lH-story i i W. Bronnan, daughter of Charles A, Dana, and wife of a well-known New Tork City physician: Mrs. Florence Bay ard Hillies of Wilmington. Del., daugh ter of Thomas F. Bayard, secretary of state undr President Cleveland, and Mrs. John Rogers, Jr., of New Tork City, sister-in-law of Henry L. Stimson, sec retary of var under President Taft. ij't in city court today. A negro, Clarence John.ian wept he had good reasons to weep, lie was charg ed with robbery. Evidence showed that the man while intoxicated in Rudolph's saloon, corner Summer street, Forsyth avenue, snetked behind the bar while the proprlteor was out and stole several Hanks of whiskey and attempted to rob the cash register. "Drink is no excuse. I fine you $5 and costs and sentence you to 30 days in jail," said the judge. However the re lented upon the negro's promise to re form and suspended the jail sentence. MUZZLE FIDO I Muzzle your hound for 90 days. Mayor John D. Smalley has issued his annual proclamation ordering the police to "ahoot to kill" all dogs without muz zles from July 24 and for 90 days. THIMBLES NOT FOR BABIES. The fifteen months old child of Mr. and Mrs. James Dugan, 153 Fayette street, narrowly escaped strangulation Sunday evening when it tried to swal low a thimble. It required two physi cians to extract it and save baby's life. SUES FOR DIVORCE. Frank St. Clair, through Attorney L. V. Cravens, has filed action for divorce. in Hammond superior court, against his wife. Sadie. The complaint charges that her Bon by former marriage caus ed difficulties and that whe nhe ejected him his wife had him arrested. bungalow, 168 Detroit street. A. C. Milne to Katherine Ward. 439 Michi gan avenue. 5-room cottage. Lansing State Bank to M. A. Dobbins. Hickory street. 5-room cottaee. L. E. Hariiinr to Clarence Hittle, 60-foot lot, Pullman . avenue. Burnham. F. R. Mott to Frank J. Wachewicz, IVi lots, Freeland ave nue, West Hammond. C. C. Smith t J. A. Aubry. 1-gtory residence, 1220 Madison street. Frank J. Wachewicz to Fred L. Ruedi, 431 Douglas avenue. West Hammond, 6-room bungalow. Frank J. Wachewics to F. M. Smith. 9 room residence. 433 Douglas avenue. A.' J. Campbell to Frank Pawlowski. 429 Ingraham avenue. 8-room residence. George Ruston of Freepcrt, 111., to Thomas Pondon, 25-foot lot, Fora'ythe avenue. O. Oliver & Co. to John Gatvt. 25-foot lot, 153rd street, West Ham mond. SLACKERS TAKEN BY U.S. MARSHAL Marshal Ream of Indianapolis, was in East Chicago thi morning bringing Women Too Ambitious. Excessive ambition leads all sorts of women to exert themselves beyond their strength. The girl striving for honors in school, the busy housewife, the shop-girl, the society climber or leader, all overtax their natural powers of endurance. Then come nervous troubles, backaches, headaches, fre quently organic troubles which reduce them almost to despair. i Women suffering thus should first recognize the necessity of putting on the brakes and slowing down. Besides this, to remedy the mischief already done to their health, the best reliance is upon that famous and standard medi cine for women's ailments, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Adv. I! 0 YOU OUT BELIVE ANY CLAIMS FOR A MIR TONIC MAKS THIS TEST. Let your family examine your scalp aid hair; look at It yourself la the mirror; spend two minutes of your time each day, morning or evening with Vola-Vita, TOUR HAIR'S BEST FRIEND, and In on week note the im proved condition. Tour family will see It and every friend you bars will say. I never noticed before what beautiful hair you have." Vola-Vita is recommended to restore lifeless or gray hair to its natural color and luster, to stop falling hair, to relieve itching scalp, to eradicate dand ruff, and to promote the growth of hair. Use Vols Vita, TOUR HAIR'S EEST FRIEND, and WATCH IT WORK, Vola-Vita contains no alcohol, guar anteed harmless. Vola-Vita la sold and guaranteed to work by H. L. Wels. Hammond, Ind. Write the Vola-Vita Mfg. Co.. 150 W. Austin Ave.. Chicago, for free booklet THE REAL FACTS ABOUT HAIR." dr. with him two prisoners and picking up a third. He . had with him a slacker from Michigan City and one from Gary. He came to East Chicago to pick up Tony Marino, who first neglected to register and then registered under a wrong statement In re-ard to his age. He said he was 32 when other records showed him to be 28. He was indicted by the grand Jury, as were the other two which the marshal had in tow. Marino, gave bonds for his appear ance when wanted. DE LUXEJTHEATER. One of the week's feature pictures at De Luxe theater shows Wednesday, "The Avenging Conscience," starring Henry Walthall. Thursday genial "Cholliii' "Carmen," a bull fighting and a mighty good one. Chaplin in burlesque. GRIFFITH The Ladies' Aid will hold a- rally at the church Thursday afternoon. Each member is asked to bring some article to serve at a pot luck lunch. All friends and members are asked to be sure and come. LITTLE GIRL HURT. P. A. Stonkorah, driving a Ford on 151st street. East Chicago, ran into CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our heartfelt thanks and appreciations to our friends and neighbors. Knights of Columbus and to people of Whiting, Robertsdale and Hammond, and for their kindness and beautiful floral offerings during our recent bereavement of the death of my wife, daughter and sister. MR. MARTIN PETERSON". 7-24 DAUGHTER' FLORENCE. MR. AND MRS. JOHN BUCZKOWSKI. MR. AND MRS. FRANK BNCZKOWSKI AND FAMLT. COAL FOR CASH and after August 1 st. 1917, the undersigned retail coal dealers of the city of Hammond, Indiana, will sell coal only for cash. This is brought about by the extreme shortage of coal and mine oper ators demanding cash from retail dealers for all shipments. This will also enable us to reduce the cost of coal to the consumer. WM. AHLBORN & CO. THE BECKMAN SUPPLY CO. THE BIEKER BROS. CO. CITY FUEL & SUPPLY CO., Per M. A. Kuhnr CEDERHOLM BROS. DALY BROS. COAL CO. J. J. DIBOS & SON, Edw. 11 Dibos. HENRY P. DOWNEY, Per M. K. S. THE ILLINOIS COAL CO., John N. Jaranowski. DAVID JOHNSON. CHRIST. MIOFSKY. V. W. PARKER CO., C. W. Parker. GEO. P. STOUT & SON, W. A. Stout EAST HAMMOND COAL CO. WEST HAMMOND COAL CO., by John J. Brehm. CARL FRISK. Barbara Mlknick, eight year old. S044 Kennedy aver.ue. The girl was bruised and suffered several bad abralsons. Oth erwise the accident was not serious. Dr. Schlieker attended her. RUNS INTO CYCLIST. A. C. Wells. 345 Johnson street. Ham mond, while driving on Chicago avenue. East Chicago, yesterday, turned to go south on OlcOtt and ran into another Hammond man. August Schulte, 221 Truman avenue, who was riding a bi cycle. The bicycle was demolished but Schulte was not esriously injured. (Special to The Times.) CROWN ' POINT. IND.. July 24. County Clerk H. L. Wheaton in response to a telegram sent State Conscription Agent Jesse Eschbach regarding the credits had by Lake county in the draft drawings received the following answer: "Lake county not credited this draft with any enlistments since June 30. "JESSE ESCHBACH." In other words Lake county's "credits belong to a period prior to June 30, and the enlistments made after that date will be credited the county upon th next draft. mi Try This Treatment For Beaaty Bathe face in cold water. Then massage for five minutes with Hermo Almond Cream. If used regularly this treatment wil! stimulate the circulation, nourish the tissues and tone up the mus cles. It will in a short time bring tbs natural bloom of health to the skin. Brings Beauty" is a valuable skin food, delicately perfumed. Its regular use will remove wrinkles, blackheads and other skin imperfections. An un usually good foundation for face powder. Thousands of women use nothing but Hermo Almond Cream for improving the com plexion. Get a Jar yu 'Hy desire Todflv! beauty, start the J above treatment today. Get a jar of Hermo Al mond Cream and use it tegularly. At your druggist's or any dealer named below. Hermo Co., 542 E. 63rd St-, Chicago For Sale By E. C. SXinas Co., Hammond. Spears ""Pharmacy, East Chicago. South Side Drug Store, East Chicago. Zk H. Slattern, Druggist, Will ting. AC. Sternberg, Whitlag, Ind. Central Drug Store, Indiana Harbor, Ind. Xlelneman's Pharmacy, Indian Bar. bor, Ind. Bed Star Pharmacy, Indiana Harbor, Ind. PC JUNE 30 LUST DAY OF CREDITS III! jlmond"ream